When looking at the Pulsar Trail XP50, or any thermal optics, there are serious factors to consider.
Anyone with significant field time understands that the advantages afforded by a piece of equipment must also match its convenience. Whether a hunter or a soldier, you cannot afford to carry gear that offers too little reward relative to its weight or consumption of space on your rifle or in your rucksack.
Additionally, equipment that affords specific technological features must have fluid user interfaces. Obviously, simpler is better. But more importantly, because the environments in which this equipment will be used is typically rugged, the end-user will be fatigued and less patient. For these reasons, gear that might be technically impressive becomes dead weight if it …Read the Rest
Source:: Tactical Life